Both in Milan: Former Miss SA Shudu Musida and Maps Maponyane are the latest pair to be exposed by the ever vigilant ‘Twitter police’.
Are Maps Maponyane and Shudu Musida SA’s hottest new celebrity couple? Fans think so, judging by their undeniable chemistry…
The Pretoria Showgrounds will now house a new hotel and be used for other commercial purposes as the City of Tshwane redevelops it.
The Weeknd now holds the deed to a mega-mansion in prime lower Bel-Air after paying a whopping R1 billion for the estate.
A 329-year-old wine estate on the slopes of the Simonsberg in Stellenbosch is set to be sold in a virtual auction this August.
A New York penthouse worth R2.5 billion is said to be a ‘trophy unlike any other’ and gives its owner the best views the city has to offer.
A house built on a 1 195-acre plot of land near Robertson in the Cape Winelands is in the market for a cool R75 million. Here’s why:
First phase of large multi-use project opened this week, with its new high-tech hotel scheduled to open next month.
Munyaka in Waterfall, Midrand, will comprise of 5 020 apartments surrounding a lifestyle centre and the largest man-made lagoon in the southern hemisphere.
Ekurhuleni Mayor Mzwandile Masina has announced the Gauteng Mega Project during his State of the City address.
Okay, consider us amazed! The Rubik in Cape Town is set to open its doors in June 2021 – here’s what you can expect the triumphant structure to look like.
Now under construction, Cape Town’s latest ‘playground’ is just a five-minute walk from the V&A Waterfront and is the perfect location for creative, city living.
As Cape Town residents continue their fight against property developers and the City, campaigners have stepped in to support their eviction battle to Wolverivier.
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Operating a successful property development company in SA can be a tough gig, but MSP developments does it oh so well; all the better for those of us who want to invest in property.
One of the country’s most active property development firms debunk a few common misconceptions about doing business in South Africa and the potential for growth as well as the positive role government is playing in boosting the industry.